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George Meyer – Sunday Afternoon

The Art for Access project aims to use our local artist community as a medium for change for both the artists and the students at Cornerstone Institute, supporting our vision to make higher education accessible to all and in the process uplift and empower our communities. Each month a painting will be available for sale online. The proceeds generated will contribute towards a student’s tuition fees. This month, the sale of “Sunday Afternoon” will go to benefit Illse Sambada.

Read more about it here.


Community Merit Partnership (CMP) programmes are centered around the idea that marginalised communities need access to higher education, which is consistent with Cornerstone Institute’s vision of creating a space for higher education for all. A CMP agreement is really a partnership between Cornerstone Institute and community-based organisations working in the field, that focuses specifically on development objectives set by the Department of Social Development. These organisations include Usiko, Laphumilanga Youth Development Organisation, The Sozo Foundation, Hope Africa Collective and Ubuntu for All, who work with youth and who is able, then, to take their programmes further by referring youth to Cornerstone Institute for higher education.

Read more about it here.

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